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Who writes what? Responsible authorship recognition in co-produced research

New term, new research! We’re very excited to publish our latest article: ‘Reimagining authorship guidelines to promote equity in co-produced academic collaborations’, open access in Global Public Health. This piece brings together our thoughts on academic authorship from our recent ACCESS project on … Continue reading

MRC LID is a partnership between St George’s, University of London and London School of Hygiene & Tropical Medicine. MRC LID is delighted to have received a new MRC Doctoral Training Partnership Award in summer 2021, which continues our highly … Continue reading

Barnard 3.0 – Updating the library collection: a look at the pamphlets

With the update to the Barnard Classification Scheme completed, thousands of physical items in the library collection have had classmarks changed. Updating items on the records management system and the physical items in the main collection, the basement and the … Continue reading

DEPTH Researchers nominated for RCPCH ‘Voice Champion Award’

In uncertain times, it was a real morale boost to receive some good news from the Royal College of Paediatrics and Child Health (RCPCH). The RCPCH ‘& Us’ team, who advocate for and involve children, young people and families in health services, recently told … Continue reading

Q&A with engagement expert Emma Sparrow Part 2: Working creatively with children and young people during the COVID pandemic

Continuing from Part 1 of our Q&A last month, here’s Part 2 of our Q&A with Emma Sparrow from &Us at The Royal College of Paediatrics and Child Health. This interview focuses on working with young people in a tricky year when it comes to participation. … Continue reading

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DEPTH Q&A with engagement expert Emma Sparrow (&Us, RCPCH)

We were very excited to meet with Emma Sparrow from The Royal College of Paediatrics and Child Health. Read on for Part 1 of 2 blog posts that cover all things engagement, involvement, and PPI… We began by asking Emma … Continue reading